Exchange 2007 Send mail on behalf public folder

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I have a mail enabled public folder that several users access and occasionally need to reply to messages. I ran the following command to give them send on behalf permission

set-mailpublicfolder -identity <public folder> -grantsendonbehalfto <users>

They can send mail out as the account however it just looks like it came from the shared email address. Is there a way to show it as from: user@domain.com on behalf of publicfolder@domain.com.

The box is running Exchange 2007 with SP1.
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what you did should work are you sure these users doesn't have "Send-as" permissions as well ?

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How would I check if they have send-as permission?
AkhaterSolutions Architect

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mmm from the top of my head it should be like

Get-ADPermission "publicfoldername" | FL  *User*,*Extendedrights*

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After checking, they did have send as permission, after that was removed the send on behalf worked great.

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